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Sienna Miller 'splits from fiancé'

Published 15/07/2015

Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge
Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge

Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge have reportedly called time on their romance.

The British actress began dating fellow thespian Tom in 2011, and they went on to become engaged. They also have two-year-old daughter Marlowe together.

Now British newspaper The Sun reports they have parted ways.

Rumours that all was not well started circulating earlier this year, after 33-year-old Sienna was spotted out and about without her engagement ring. There were also claims the couple were having blazing rows.

"Sienna and Tom are in very different stages of their lives, despite sharing so much together. There are rows about money too, Sienna has a lot of personal wealth and he doesn't.

"They are both from well-off families but paying for mortgages and things does come up," a source previously said, reported The Daily Mail.

Both stars have been busy with work lately, with Sienna making a welcome return to the big screen in hit films like American Sniper and Foxcatcher.

Tom, 29, has also been basking in the limelight, receiving critical acclaim treading the boards in London's West End. He starred opposite John Goodman and Damian Lewis in American Buffalo, and is currently working on two new films including Remainder opposite Downtown Abbey's Ed Speleers.

Tom and Sienna put on a united front just three months ago when Sienna watched Tom on stage.

And last year Sienna praised Tom in an interview.

"He’s the perfect balance to my lunacy, which makes him sounds really boring but he’s not, at all," she explained.

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